The following events are taking place nationwide for National Brain Awareness Week March 16th to 22nd
Want to get involved in organising your own event?  Simply email  with the details to have it included on our online calendar.

SUPER BRAIN: The Podcast For Everyone With A Brain


SUPER BRAIN: The Podcast For Everyone With a Brain
by Sabina Brennan
Unleash Your Super Power

Sabina Brennan talks to an eclectic mix of inspiring guests about thriving in life even in the face of adversity. In addition, Sabina injects a weekly booster shot packed with practical tips to transform your everyday brain into a healthy, happy, Super Brain.

Season 1 will launch on March 9th 

Check out for more details or contact Sabina at

Synaesthesia concert for Brain Awareness Week

Renehan Hall, South Campus, Maynooth

The event will feature short introductions from Sophie Lee (UL and The Irish Music & Brain Research Group TIMBRE) and Prof Fiona Newell (TCD &TCIN), followed by a concert from pianist Dr Svetlana Rudenko, who will perform pieces by Liszt, Debussy, Brahms and Scriabin, with visuals from Jane Mackay, Tim Leyden and Maura McDonnell. The event will take place on Wednesday March 18th at 5pm.

Learning To Live With Chronic Pain

Roscrea Library, Birr Road, Roscrea, Tipperary

Living with Pain? Struggling to Cope? You are not alone.

Chronic Pain Ireland is the National Support Group for people living with persistent/chronic pain. Come along to our talk delivered by Chronic Pain Ireland’s Martina Phelan who will outline tools and techniques that can help you cope and manage your condition. All Welcome.

March 18th 2020 from 6pm to 7.30pm

Huntington's Disease Cafe Evening

Bloomfield Health Services, Rathfarnham

Thursday 19-03-2020

Bloomfield Health Services, Stocking Lane, Rathfarnham, Dublin 16

Huntington’s Disease Association and Bloomfield Health Services Café Evening for people impacted by Huntington’s Disease with Guest Speaker Dr. Melanie Ryberg, Senior Clinical Neuropsychologist ‘Building and Strengthening Resilience While Living With HD’

Venue: Bloomfield Health Services, Rathfarnham
Time: Thursday March 19th 2020 from 7.00pm - 8.30pm

VisABIlity Living with a severe Acquired Brain Injury (sABI): An Saol

DCU Student Hub

This interactive experience will spread awareness about sABI, An Saol and what we do as well as highlight a positive message relating to our services and the research we wish to conduct.

11- 3 P.M

For more information please contact Christine, Advocacy and Communications Officer at 01 8622716

Chronic Migraine Self Management Course, Dun Laoighaire

Dun Laoighaire, Dublin

This 3 week course offers self-management tools and pain management strategies for people living with Chronic Migraine.

Thursday Evenings March 5th, 12th and 19th

For more information contact

Migraine Course

Chronic Migraine Self Management Course, Waterford

Waterford City

This 3 week course offers self-management tools and pain management strategies for people living with Chronic Migraine.

Thursday Evenings March 19th, 26th and  April 2nd

For more information contact

Migraine Waterford

2nd Annual Regional Stroke Conference & Awareness Event

Clonmel Park Hotel, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary

The purpose of the event is to promote awareness around stroke, aphasia and brain injury; rehab and recovery, support for family and 
carers, risks and prevention, healthy lifestyle, medical advancements in various treatments and stroke survivor stories. 

The event is hosted by South Tipperary Stroke Communication Group in association with The Irish Heart Foundation. All are welcome to attend. Further information from Martin Quinn on 087-6101628.